We have all heard of “Path Ninjas” and “Road Salamon” I submit for your approval a term I am going to claim full credit for. Ladies and Gentlemen I present you with “Road Zombie.”
Main Entry: Road Zombie
Pronunciation: \rōd zäm-bē\
Etymology: 1. Middle English rode, from Old English rād ride, journey; akin to Old English rīdan to ride. 2. Louisiana Creole or Haitian Creole zonbi, of Bantu origin; akin to Kimbundu nzúmbe ghost.
1 a : A person held to resemble the so-called walking dead; especially : b : a person markedly strange in appearance or behavior
2. A person walking on the side of the road where cyclists usually travel.
3. A person walking and babbling incoherently with a gait that is pattern less causing a cyclist to make a wide path around said Road Zombie.
4. A person walking on the side of the road at an hour of the day that was initially thought only cyclists would be crazy enough to exist on such a portion of the road.